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>>> this morning, jerry sandusky claims innocence. >> in my heart, i know i did not do these alleged disgusting acts. >> the coach convicted of sex crimes, learns his fate in just hours. and issues a surprising rambling audio statement, denying he molested children. we're live in pennsylvania. >>> breaking news on the korean peninsula. north korea issuing a new threat against america. saying its missiles can now reach the u.s. >>> officials are calling it the worst case of hoarding they've seen. dozens of 18-wheelers needed to clear it away. now, help for the horder. >>> and one honest cabbie. returning nearly $250,000 in cash, believe it or not. getting a measly reward in return. making us ask, what would you do? >>> and good morning, everyone. we begin this tuesday with jerry sandusky refusing to go quietly to his sentencing day. >> almost a year after the public first learned of the penn state child sex abuse investigation, sandusky will learn his fate later today. but he's already lashing out with a defiant statement of innocence and charges of conspiracy. >> abc's
. our "starting point" this morning jerry sandusky defiantly declaring his innocence from behind bars. in two hours the former football coach will be in court to learn his fate for sexual abusing ten boys. he has released a videotape giving a preview of what he's likely to say to the judge this morning. susan candiotti is live for us from bellefonte, pennsylvania. susan walk me through what he says. >> reporter: hi. it's a remarkable statement coming on the eve of the sentencing. he lays the blame at the feet of a lot of people and he's not one of them. he defiantly lashes out at police, at investigators, at penn state and, yes, even the victims. >> they could take away my life, they could make me out as a monster, they could treat me as a monster, but they can't take away my heart. in my heart i know i did not do these alleged disgusting acts. my wife has been my only sex partner and that was after marriage. >> now why would he release it at this time? there was a meeting in chambers yesterday and the judge made it clear that jerry sandusky was not allowed to criticize the system whe
maintaining one's dignity. that's it for us. thanks for watching. "early start" begins now. >>> jerry sandusky pleads his case from behind bars. a stunning audio tape just hours before he is sentenced this morning. >>> debate bound, mitt romney erasing president obama's lead. this is a new poll. a major shift on women voters as well. an an injection of enthusiasm. we go inside the numbers with four weeks left. >>> and biggest jump ever. one man, literally falling from the edge of outer space, 23 miles straight down on purpose. why? and will he make it? >> that is the question. why? what is the craziest thing you've ever done. >> it's not jumping 23 miles straight down from outer space. that's a high bar. >> i can't wait to talk to him and find out the why. >> it's nuts. good morning, thank you for joining us on "early start," i'm john berman. >> and i'm zoraida sambolin. >>> jerry sandusky proclaims his innocence. in four wurhours, the former pe state football coach will be in court to find out his punishment. he is clearly defiant. >> they can take away my life, they can make me out as a mons
jerry sandusky several hours from now. when he told a radio station before he learned his punishment from child abuse. good morning, it's tuesday i am steve chenevey. >> i am cynne simpson. now to adam caskey. >> we have some areas of rain this morning, light rain. nothing heavy, but enough to cause slick spots on the road. also it helps the lawn and garden. south of the beltway and noaa of the beltway we have some areas of rain. 66 from a markehaymarket to the beltway as well. it's 46 degrees in leesburg. highs near 60 degrees today. it will be tough to have much sunshine today. we will see a few sunny breaks. the nationals back in town tomorrow, 70, partly cloudy. now to angela. >> off to an excellent start even with light rain falling. just one accident reported on 66 inbound near glebe road. we don't have a shot of it, but it's on the shoulder. it should not slow you down much because there's light volume. 395 is moving well. 95 still has an active work zone northbound approaching thornburg, two lanes closed with overnight roadwork. back to you. >> thank you. our top story senten
on sentencing day, jerry sandusky speaking out from his cell claiming to be a victim of conspiracy. >>> about thetial candidate mitt romney seeing a big bump this morning. welcome to "news hour today." >> a bit of a tradeoff this morning. it's a little bit warming but a little bit wet. >> veronica johnson here to tell us if we're going to get more rain, are things warming up? >> the rain should be moving up. we're going to warm up a bit, a tad higher than what we were yesterday. if you're tired of complaining, and we have been talking about the chill, this cold blast that's come in, right now areas of the midwest and northern plains, they've got windchills in the 20s. the kids will be waiting at the bus stop with windchills in the 20s, that's crazy. 45 to 49 degrees here. i think that rain is going so end soon with an overcast sky at the bus stop. your sunrise today 7:12, getting later and later now. look at the numbers throughout the area. 45 degrees. most areas to the north, 46 around leesburg. 46 manassas. 46 around kent springs, maryland, right now. here's a look at that rain that's been
-- companies and if all of the right moves are taken. >>> breaking news. jerry sandusky has been sentenced to no less than 30 years in prison for his child abuse conviction. here's more. >> reporter: good morning, ken, tori. that's right the judge said the total years would be no less than 30, no less than 20. centuries in jail would be too abstract. 30 to 60 years has the same impact of saying the rest of your life. sandusky is 68 years old. now, he did -- he did give a statement in the courtroom. two times during the statement he said,dy not do these disgusting acts. he talked about his life achievements and cried. also victims, several victims of sandusky spoke. victim number 6 was very emotional when he was speaking. he took breaks in between his crying. he said as i try to put the 1998 incident into focus, i realize how you manipulated me. he said i have confusion, i have feelings of violation. he says if you seek forgiveness, jesus will forgive you. there's not any other way. please repent, for there is a bigger judgment to come. and victim number 4 spoke and he was visibly angry at
. >>. >> also why the sky's the limit for one daredevil trying to land his na >>> what jerry sandusky is saying about his child >>> 5:15. in a few hours jerry sandusky will be sentenced for abusing 10 boys over a 15-year period. from his jail cell, the former penn state assistant football coach made a surprise plea for claiming his innocence. nbc's danielle lee joins us live now from the center county courthouse with more on what we can expect today. >> reporter: you may be able to see behind me people are already lining up at this courthouse for this hearing that is going to begin at 9:00 this morning. we are expecting jerry sandusky to speak again. last night he made an 11th hour plea on the penn state college radio. this is really the first unedited look we had gotten into sandusky's thoughts. he sat at this courthouse for days saying absolutely nothing during his trial. the only time we did hear from him was during the nbc interview that didn't go well. then just last night he releases a roughly three-minute statement and what is telling is equally important, what he doesn't say to what he
for jerry sandusky, the former penn state assistant football coach convicted in june of sexually abusing 10 boys over 15 years. sandusky did not testify at his trial but he is expected to speak at his sentencing. his victims will have a chance to give impact statements. yesterday sandusky released a statement from his cell on penn state radio maintaining his innocence. sandusky says he plans to file an appeal. >> we will continue to fight. we didn't lose the proven facts, evidence, accurate locations and times. anything can be said. we lost to speculation and stories that were influenced by people who wanted to convict me. we must fight unfairness and consistency and dishonesty. >> sandusky faces 60 to more than 400 years in prison. >>> the first lady will make her way to northern virginia today to campaign for her husband. michelle obama will speak to supporters in ladu loudoun coun. both candidates and their spouses are making a strong push with less than a month to election day. the first lady's event openth to the public at 2:45 this afternoon. >>> the president has catching up to do be
. quoting him again, i tried to bring joy. i tried to make people laugh. through it all jerry sandusky was wearing a red jumpsuit. he for the most part was unemotional throughout the proceeding. occasionally he raised his voice as he spoke. he did not appear to shed a tear. but those who did cry were a number of the victims. they spoke to the court. they had the opportunity to present what is called a victim impact statement. victim number five said, i will never erase the filthy images of his body on mine. he must pay for his crimes. another victim said, and i quote, jenna. i don't forgive you. i don't know if i ever will. lastly, jenna, over my shoulder, off in the distance, you might see joe amendola, jerry sandusky's attorney. he is speaking to the press. he will explain to them the reasons they're going ahead with a appeal. jenna. jenna: more breaking news. judge napolitano will join us shortly on all of this. david lee, thank you very much. first brand new stories and more breaking news. jon: that's right. the big romney bounce. a new poll shows governor romney in the lead among
in the courtroom today. first off, jerry sandusky has had some really most people would call them bizarre reactions, bizarre answers in interviews. how did he react today? >> reporter: he didn't react specifically to the sentence, but right before it was handed down, we saw him cry and that was when he was talking about his wife, dottie, and being separated from her. he said that he doesn't like being called a child know wles ter, but what really hurts and where the pain really comes from is being separated from his wife and his family. he said he talked about this year's wedding anniversary, he rolled over in bed to give her a hug and instead he hit a cinder block wall because he's in jail. he also talked about clinging to hope and fighting for the people that still support him. he said that he still thinks about kids and day dreams about smiling children, throws kids up into the air and having water balloon fights. so he still is pre-claiming his innocence. he did not stray in fr that at all. >> still discussing kids and water balloon fligights. we know the judge could have sentenced him to a lot
're engineered to amaze. >>> it's 8:00 a.m. welcome back to "cbs this morning." jerry hugh jerry sandusky goes to court to find out if he will spend his life behind barcelona. and the cast of "cheers." first here's what we've been covering here on "cbs this morning." >> i don't think we can afford four more years like the last four years. >> new polls are showing a bigger bounce for governor mitt romney after last week's presidential debate. >> romney's got momentum, but there's another thing he's got and that is enthusiasm among his supporters. >> his own administration describes him as leading by following. i wrote a book on leadership. that's an oxymoron. >> today is judgment day for jerry sandusky, his sentencing coming a bit more than three months after he was convicted of 45 counts of sexually abusing ten young boys. >> sandusky is saying in his own words that he didn't do it. >> in my heart, i know that i did not do these alleged disgusting acts. >> i'm charlie rose with gayle king and norah o'donnell. jerry sandusky will speak at his sentencing hearing, so will some of the victims. arm
's tuesday october 9, 2012. a judge sentenced jerry sandusky to 30 and no more than 60 years prison. the 68-year-old will likely spend the rest of his life behind bars. the former penn state assistant football coach was convicted in june of sexually abusing ten boys. he denied the allegations, talked about his life in prison and the pain of being away from his family. the judge called the case a story of betrayal and sandusky continues to assault their psyche's and souls. one of the victims said you should be ashamed of yourself going on to say i don't forgive you and i don't know if i ever will. here is what one of his lawyers said moments ago. >> we are pleased with the sentence. it's less than we thought it could have been. >> the judge could have given him 100 years to 200 years. the judge was sending a message that what was done required retribution and balanced out the good he's done. >> he maintains his innocence. yesterday, he read another statement on penn state radio. sandusky accused the judge of bringing the trial to court too quickly and the lawyers trying to make money in futu
are hearing from jerry sandusky ahead of his sentencing on the 45 counts of child sexual assault. the former penn state assistant football coach was convicted in june of molesting ten boys over 15 years. prosecutors say about half a dozen of his victims will take the witness stand and sandusky himself is expected to testify at the hearing to defiantly say he is innocent. he gave a preview of what he might say at an audio statement he recorded from prison. >> i am responding to the worst loss of my life. first i looked at myself. over and over i asked why. why didn't we have a fair opportunity to prepare for trial? why have so many people suffered as a result of false allegations? what's the purpose? maybe it will help others, some vulnerable children who could be abused might not be as a result of all of the publicity. >> the 68-year-old is expected to spend the rest of his life in prison. >>> and now here's a look at some other stories making news early today in america. we're going to begin in texas with dog snatching heist that cost two pet stores thousands of dollars. in all thieves swip
the sentencing for jerry sandusky. david lee miller live from the courthouse with more on this breaking news. david lee? >> reporter: jenna, the bottom line here, a minimum of 30 years, this is what the judge sentenced jersey sandusky too. the judge said it was a tantamount to a life sentence. sandusky could have been sentenced to 400 years. at the end of the day he sandusky is 68 years old and essentially a 30-year sentence is essentially a life sentence. he told the court, i quote him, i didn't do these alleged disof the abouting acts. he talked about the fact that he had to spend his 42nd wedding anniversary in the county jail. he talked to his family and friends. he said they were in described as the fourth quarter. he went on to say we will continue to fight. he missed his grandchildren as well as his dog. he talked about the fact only person he had a sexual relationship with is his wife. his wife is his only sex partner. he added, after marriage. quoting him again, i tried to bring joy. i tried to make people laugh. through it all jerry sandusky was wearing a red jumpsuit. he for the m
>>> good morning. from behind bars, a defiant jerry sandusky releases a new message from jail. >> in my heart i know i did not do these alleged disgusting acts. >> this with his sentencing now just hours away. we're live at the courthouse. >>> the bounce. one of the first nationwide polls since the debate shows mitt romney now leading president obama as the president releases a new ad starring, guess what? >> big, yellow, a menace to our economy. mitt romney knows it's not wall street you have to worry about. it's it's sesame street. >> this morning john mccain on the state of the race with the election exactly four weeks away. >>> and skin and bones. matthew mcconaughey goes from this to this. the story behind the actor's startling weight loss today, tuesday, october 9th, 2012. >>> from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >>> and good morning. welcome to "today" on this tuesday morning. i'm savannah guthrie, and you are? >> i'm matt lauer. >> we're so happy to have you here. >> good to be back. it's been a w
for the convicted penn state child rapist, jerry sandusky. >> displayed deafians and narcissism. >> the former assistant coach will coach will certainly opinion the rest of his life in prison. but sandusky and his attorneys still maintain he's innocent. >> i hate to use that phrase from the o. j. simpson barracks if ever there was a rush to judgmenter. >> shep: tonight sandusky learns his fate. plus, one of the most wanted drug king pins on earth is reportedly dead after a gun fight near the texas border. he was the leader of the vicious zeta cartel who went by the name, the executioner. but now we're told a gang has stolen his body and one of his underlings is under arrest for the murder of an american on a border lake. but first in fox this tuesday night, battle ground ohio. president obama and governor mitt romney are both in that crucial swing state tonight. four weeks to the day before the election, and some analysts are pointing out there is a change in the polls. today yet another round of opinion polls showing governor romney pulling ahead of the president after that big debate. the go
are hearing from jerry sandusky ahead of the sentencing this morning on 45 counts of child sexual assault. the former penn state assistant football coach was convicted in june of molesting ten boys over 15 years. prosecutors say about half a dozen of his victims will take the witness stand and sandusky himself is expected to testify at the hearing to defiantly say he is innocent. he gave a preview of what he might say in an audio statement he recorded from prison. >> i am responding to the worst loss of my life. first, i have looked at myself. over and over i asked why? why didn't we have a fair opportunity to prepare for trial? why have so many people suffered as a result of false allegations? what's the purpose? maybe it help others, some vulnerable children who could be abused, might not be as a result of all the publicity. >> the 68-year-old is expected to spend the rest of his life in prison. >>> and here's your "first look" at the other news going on around america. we're going to begin in texas. a dog snatching heist has cost thousands of dollars. they swiped $3,500 and $4,000 apie
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